In geographical context, a “laccolith” is:

  1. an igneous intrusion between sedimentary rock
  2. generally formed from high viscosity magma at shallow depth

 Which of the above statements is/are correct?

Answer: [C] Both 1 & 2

First statement is incorrect because a laccolith is a sheet intrusion that has been injected between two layers of sedimentary rock. Second statement is correct. 

This question is a part of GKToday's Integrated IAS General Studies Module